Match No. 167 - Wednesday, 15th May 1929
Spain 4 - 3 England
- Match Info: After Spain's equaliser "...the crowd surged over the rails and rushed on the ground in an endeavour to reach the scorer and embrace him. They were followed by a company of Civic Guards with drawn swords, who cleared the pitch with difficulty after some minutes interruption."
- First Defeat Abroad: The first defeat on the continent by England.
- Penalty: Joe Carter: 1st scored from 1 taken.
- Player Milestone: Ted Hufton's Last Cap
- Player Milestone: Fred Kean's Last Cap
- Player Milestone: Jack Hill's Last Cap
- Player Milestone: Joe Peacock's Last Cap
- Player Milestone: Edgar Kail's Last Cap
- Player Milestone: Joe Carter's Last Cap
- Player Milestone: Len Barry's Last Cap
- The Times "England beaten in Madrid", Thursday 16th May 1929, page 7.
- The History of the English Football League: Part One 1888-1930 by Michael J. Slade (Strategic Book Publishing and Rights co. 2013)
- Press Association "England Beaten in Spain", Thursday 16th May 1929.
- The Anatomy of England by Jonathan Wilson (Orion 2010)